30422272. Baron John de Carew & 30422273. Joan Talbot
~1283, John born in England, s/o 60844544. Sir Nicholas de Carew & 60844545. Amicia Peverel.
John married 1st Eleanor Mohun, d/o William de Mohun of Ottery & Beatrice FitzPeter.
6/1297, Devonia. Preceptum fuit Vicecomiti quod quia Johannes de Carreu qui Alianoram vnam heredum et eineciam filiam Willelmi de Mohun defuncti … [Proof of age of Eleanor.] (S) The Index Library, V19, 1898, P236.
7/22/1297, The K. takes fealty of John de Carreu, who had married Alienor, elder daughter and heir of William de Mohun, deceased, and which Alienor had proven her age before the K. … (S) Calendar of Document Realting to Ireland, 1881, P203.
9/25/1297, Partition of the lands that belonged to William de Mohun, … between John de Carreu and Eleanor his wife, … and John de Meriet amd Mary, his wife, … (S) CCRs.
2/24/1298, John de Carreu (who had married Alienor, the younger daughter and one of the heirs of William de Mohun, deceased) to have seisin of their putparty … John de Meriet and Maria his wife (another daughter … of said William) … (S) Calendar of Document Realting to Ireland, 1881, P231.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
11/5/1308, John de Carreu, staying in Ireland, has letters nominating … attorneys for one year. (S) CPRs.
By 1310, John married 2nd Joan Talbot.
1311, John’s father died. John inherited the barony of Idrone in co. Carlow, Ireland, of 5 knights’ fees. (S) 13th Century England, Gregynog Conference, 2007, P226.
1314, Grantor: John de Carreu, lord of Carew. Grantee: John Melyn. Subject: Licence to give three acres of land in Carew to David de Carreu, Rector of the church of Carew. (Pemb). (S) UKNA.
1316, John had livery of the lands of Moulsford.
9/10/1317, Letter of protection for John de Carreu, staying in England. (S) CPRs.
5/20/1318, Thomas de Carreu and John de Carreu had letters of protection for two years going to Ireland. (S) CPRs.
1319, at Stoke Flemmynge, co. Devon, Acquittance by John de Carrey, dominus de Carreu, of dominus Gilbert Talebot, for 10£, part of a sum of 200£ due in respect of the marriage of Nicholas son of John, with Alianore daughter of Gilbert. (S) Cymmrodorion Record Series, I4, Pts3-4, 1908, P529.
1320, John de Barry acknowledges that he has been satisfied for the said £500 of which he discharges John de Carrew. (S) Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1971, P86. [John de Barry, lord of Olethan, Ireland, in an indenture with Sir Nicholas de Carrew of a marriage between Richard de Barry, brother of John, and Beatrice, daughter of Nicholas, for 500£. (S) Jounral of the Cork Historical and Arch. Soc., 1899, P156.]
8/4/1320, Simple protection, without clause, for one year for John de Carru staying in England. (S) CPRs.
6/26/1324, “John de Carru (Carew): Berkshire, Devon” died. (S) UKNA, IPM.
5/6/1325, After the death of her husband and his son by Eleanor, Joan and her son John paid £100 fine for the seizure of Moulsford manor.
2/1/1327 at Westminster, Edward III, age 14, crowned king of England.
4/10/1330, Protection, with clause volumus, for one year, … Joan late the wife of John de Carreu. (S) CPRs.
7/1330, Dame Joan Carew was bound in 200£ to Sir Guy Bryan the elder, for the marriage of his said son [Guy]; and it was determined that the latter should have possession of the Barony and Castle Walwayn, to hold to him and his heirs in tail, upon condition that he should marry his two sisters out of the profits of those lands.
9/4/1331, Licence for Thomas de Carru to enfeoff … manor of Mollisford … to grant that one third part … now held for life as dower by Joan late the wife of John de Carru, and one third … of the manor held in like manner by Eleanor late the wife of Nicholas de Carru, … (S) CPRs.
Joan married 2nd John de Dartmouth. (S) Peerage of England, Collins, P4.
2/9/1341, Grant to Guy Brian, king’s yeoman, … which Joan late the wife of John de Carreu holds for life of the king’s grant, … Mandate to Joan to attorn to him for her services. (S) CPRs.
7/7/1342, Mandate to Joan late the wife of John de Carreu, to attorn for the fealty … (S) CPRs.
7/12/1342, Joan Carrew released her life estate to Guy de Brian.
7/20/1346, Joan late the wife of John de Carreu, ‘chivaler,’ staying in England, has letters nominating John de Carrey, ‘chivaler,’ … attorneys in Ireland for two years. (S) CPRs.
Children of John and Eleanor:
i. Nicholas de Carew, born ? in England.
Nicholas married Eleanor, d/o Gilbert Talbot.
6/20/1324, Nicholas died.
Children of John and Joan:
ii. John de Carew (15211136), born 1310 in
iii. Joan de Carew, born ? in England.
5/2/1334, Appointment of Joan de Carru, damsel of the chamber of queen Philippa, to the custody of the manor of Erleslane, co. Hereford. (S) CPRs.
By 1330, Joan married Guy de Briane, knight, lord of castle Walweyn.